Plaza Artist Materials & Picture Framing - Cincinnati, OH - Kenwood
||8154 Montgomery Road
Cincinnati, OH 45236
Located in the Kenwood Exchange, next to Chipotle. (Formerly Wilson Art Stores.)
Parking lot in front of store.
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From your finest artwork to your newly earned diploma, Plaza frames it all! Our expert picture framing design team is ready and waiting for you to bring in your treasures.
Events in our Kenwood Store
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Sequential Art: Part and Process of the Scripted Word
A lecture with David Michael Beck
Join local illustrator and instructor, David Michael Beck, as he discusses the development of the visual voice as it relates to the conceptual artist. From comic books to science fiction and fantasy art, David will be touching on the fundamentals of the narrative themes that form the basis for the sequential art genre.
Narrative Drawing: Defining the Moment in a Courtroom Environment
Instructor: Marlene Steele
Join local artist, instructor, and Courtroom Sketch Artist, Marlene Steele, as she demonstrates how to capture and define the moment in a courtroom setting. Marlene will discuss and demonstrate how to identify key figures, capture the moment, and define the narrative as emotions build and fates are decided in the courtroom.
Seeing What You are Painting: Drawing and Painting in the Tradition of the Boston School
Instructor: Richard Luschek
Richard's demo and discussion will provide an introduction to the applied principles of the Boston School and how they pertain to the art of a still life painting. Emphasis will be placed on sensitivity to the form, edges, brilliant light effects, vibrant color and the overall unity of the piece. Richard is a local painter and instructor who has taught at the Art Academy, UC, and offers Private Instruction.
Lasting Impressionism: Oil Painting
Instructor: Tom Bluemlein
Join us in welcoming Tom for another exclusive and exciting demo. Tom sees a world that is not readily apparent to others and he faithfully paints what he sees. Painting in the Impressionist tradition, Tom plays softly and subtly with light and color.